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Theresa Cook & David Dearhouse | CD Baskets

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Theresa Cook & David Dearhouse Artist Gallery Workshop Contact Theresa Cook & David Dearhouse Wathahiiostha (Theresa) Cook is of the Deer Clan. From a young age, Theresa began helping her mother and grandmother make baskets and toys from black ash splints. Her partner, Atewenna;ron (David) Dearhouse is of the Turtle Clan. They are proud Kanien’kehá:ka, language speakers, […]

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Renée Dillard

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Renée Dillard Artist Gallery Workshops Contact Renée Dillard Renée is a Anishinaabe natural fiber artist and teacher, raised in Anishinaabe communities of Michigan. She has performed countless presentations in universities, museums and community organizations as well as teaches an immeasurable number of workshops & classes to elders and families in Anishinaabe communities. In 2010, Renée […]

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Robin Lazore

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Robin Lazore Artist Gallery Contact Robin Lazore Robin Lazore has been a basket maker for 30 years and teaches classes to children about the importance of the culture. By teaching children, she hopes to keep the tradition going. Robin’s classes are for everybody to enjoy the basket making and use materials from Mother Earth. Robin […]

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Ann Mitchell

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Ann Mitchell Artist Gallery Contact Ann Mitchell Ann Mitchell is a Haudenosaunee (Mohawk) woman who makes traditional mohawk baskets with a contemporary spin. She was born in November 1989 in Akwesasne, which is located where the New York, Ontario and Quebec borders meet. She lived in Akwesasne her whole life and came from a family […]

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Carrie Hill | Chill Baskets

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Carrie Hill Artist Gallery Workshop Contact Carrie Hill Carrie Hill is a Haudenosaunee women from Akwesasne Mohawk Territory and owner of Chill Baskets. In 2014, Carrie left her position at the Mohawk School in Hogansburg, New York to pursue basket making full time. The tradition of weaving Black Ash Splints and Sweetgrass goes back many […]